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Men's Hijinx Pants

#250092

How We Do Mountain Running
$95.00 50.0% Discount Sale Price: $47.50
FIT: Trim fit
COLOR black
SIZE: M - Out of stock
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For days when trail runs take you to wind-exposed terrain, the mechanical stretch double-weave polyester makes the Hijinx Pants feel soft, but block the wind better than normal knit tights. Two zippered hand pockets and one rear pocket hold your ID, keys, and energy gels or blocks.

Fabric :
100% polyester 50D mechanical stretch double weave
Inseam :
32” / 81 cm
Weight :
8.3oz / 235g 
  • Fabric Performance:
  • Water-Resistant
  • Wind-Resistant
  • Breathable
  • Quick-Drying
  • Lightweight
  • Movement-Mirroring Stretch
  • UPF 50+
  • Design Features:
  • YKK® DWR-Treated Zippers
  • Zip Hand Pockets
  • Zip Rear Pocket
  • Rear Stash Pockets
  • Internal Loops for Instep Lace
  • Reflective Logos
  • Functional Details:
  • Articulated Knees
  • Ankle Zippers
  • Elastic Waist with Drawcord
  • Gusseted Crotch

RATING AND REVIEWS

nice, but flawed

2

Generally the materials are very high quality and it is very well made. But that's where the good points ended for me. The fabric I found too light. I was hoping for something a bit warmer and more substantial. I felt noticeably cold in these pants on a chilly early winter day. Then there's the fit. The biggest problem is that the crotch hangs far too low. Then there's the strange transition as you move down the leg. The fit is nice and roomy in the thighs. Then it gets quite tight in the knees; and, then gets loose again in the ankles. The tightness in the knees prevented me from being able to do any kind of high-step movements. And the looseness in the ankles just meant that I had extra fabric flapping around as I walked. And why add zippers at the ankles on these pants? They do not allow me to pull the pants on while wearing footwear. I just don't get it. Fix the crotch problem, then taper the fit down gradually from the thighs to the knees and to the ankles. Lose the zips. Then you'd have a nice pair of pants for hiking/running in Spring/Fall. Choose a more substantial, warmer fabric (perhaps with a brushed interior) and you'd have a real winner even for Winter pursuits.

Boston area

No

Perfect pant for wind protection in high output activity.

5

Only used them once, to run up a nearby mountain ridge. Incredibly windy day, temps just above freezing. I was absolutely comfortable throughout.

Rocky Mountains, Canada

Yes

Nice material. Fit restricts some movement.

4

Good snug fit without being "tights." However, there is little stretch or give in the rear which restricts large leg movements significantly. This is seems less of a problem with sizing and just not enough give.

Los Angeles

Yes

Great piece of gear....love it

5

Perfect for light outdoor wear

Flat Rock NC

Yes

great training pants for mild weather

5

these are great XC ski pants when the temps are above 0, they breath well and resist exterior moisture from getting in. they are a great athletic fit so there is no flapping in the wind as you go down hill.

fairbanks AK

Yes

Could live in these pants

5

I wear a size 31 or 32 waist in most pants and a medium was perfect. Quality you can feel.

Clovis, CA

Yes

I didn't notice them...

5

I bought these to cross country ski in this winter but have taken a few runs in them already to test them out. They are more than I needed at this point in the season but they were so comfortable that I didn't even notice. They moved great without bunching or riding up. No a hint of chaffing. I'm a heavy sweater and, even being overdressed, I didn't feel muggy or overheated. Impressive. I prefer that my clothing doesn't make a strong impression and just does it's job. These pants do just that.

Leavenworth, WA

Yes

great!

5

These have been great. Went running out in the rain and was surprised that the water beaded right off! I'm sure this won't last forever, but so far so good. I wish they were a bit strechier, so i could use them for yoga and such. but i have not problems with just running.

Bellingham Washington

Yes

Great for a fat guy

5

Hope OR will make more pants like this in XXL. Their Ferosi Crag pants are fantastic. I mailordered 1 pair to try them, and now not another XXL size to be found on the internet. So I bought 2 of the Hijinx and they, too, fit great, stay up, and made of tough, comfortable material good for our cold, wet Juneau weather.

Juneau, Alaska

Yes

Men's Hijinx Pants

4.6 9

88.9

Discussions

The size chart for these pants doesn't correlate the size to the waist size. I am a 34" waist and 34" inseam - should I get a large or extra large? How tall are the ankle zippers? Are they large enough to get over a size 11.5 shoe?

Kyle

Hi Kyle, Unfortunately the pants will be a little short for your inseam. A size L has a relaxed waist measurement of 32", stretched waist measurement of 42", and an inseam measurement of 32". A size XL has relaxed waist measurement of 35", stretched waist measurement of 45", and an inseam measurement of 33". Ankle Zipper's measure at 8", calf width measures at 15" and 16" for a Large and XL, respectively. They might be able to fit over your shoes. Thanks for contacting OR! Paul

Size & fit guide

Men's Apparel Pants XS-XXL


Mesurement shown in:
  XS S M L XL XXL
WAIST 26”66 29”74 32”81 35”89 38”97 41”104
HIPS 33”84 36”91 39”99 42”107 45”114 48”122
INSEAM / REG 30”76 31”79 32”81 33”84 34”86 35”89
*All sizing is based on your body measurement.
We adjust the garment for intended fit and intended use.